Considering the cost/scarcity of high-windshields, seems like it would be
cheaper to have a windshield specialist remove it rather than risk breaking
Just my two-cents....
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Pete - (O o) -
Lake Forest Park, WA
1966 Datsun 1600 (SPL311-00799)
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of
firstname.lastname@example.org (Jon and Maggie Rider)
Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2006 10:16 PM
Subject: A question on Windshield removal
I have a donor roadster that I would like to remove the windshield from. I'd
like to keep the window intact. It in very good condition. If at all
possible, I'd like to save the rubber as well. Does anyone on the list have
any suggestions or experience? My current plan: getting my son and I out
there with some tennis shoes on and just gently pushing on it. Figured I'd
soap everything up real good first and maybe even warm things up with a heat
gun before proceeding. Sound like a good plan? I considered cutting the
frame but it doesn't appear to be doable without cutting rubber too. I also
take the chance that I'll break the glass. Thanks in advance.
69 2000 daily driver
68 2000 (in work) son's senior project
68 2000 - the donor car